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Whether it’s a web series about making it in Tinseltown, stunning vocalists, or a comedic sketch about life as a teenager in Australia versus America, Fullscreen’s got it all. Our network is teeming with creativity, and here are some fresh faces: Fullscreeners to watch in 2014!


Kuma Films

Fingerboarding in Taiwan. Yes it’s exactly what it sounds like, but how does Kuma Films makes it look so cool?



What’s it like living in Korea? Seoulistic takes us through the ins and outs of modern Korean culture, whether it’s discussing life as a Korean pop star trainee, flower boys, or getting a taste of nightlife in Hongdae.



Brianne Worth gives us the low down on the real differences between Americans and Australians, with pretty impressive American accents.



Anette describes herself as a Hungarian girl making epic fanimations of her favorite YouTubers. Her viral video depicts Pew Die Pie and Cinnamon Toast Ken trying to give Bob a brain transplant in Master Surgeons.


Kartoon Management
Find out what Jay-Z really said to Solange in that elevator.



Shut Up and Dance

Julie Zhan and Kane Diep bring their many talents to the Shut Up and Dance channel. In “Sweater Weather,” Julie and guest Can Nguyen express the seasons of a relationship through contemporary dance.




Jennifer Boyd shows us how to create a dramatic rainbow-hued eyeshadow blend perfect for spring!




It’s a story about a girl navigating a quarter-life crisis in the crazy world of Los Angeles. She might get a chance to jumpstart her life—just press Ctrl-Alt-Delete.



Chad Sugg

Chad shakes things up with his clear voice and cool visuals in the original song “Shake Shake.”


Diamond White

You might remember her from the X Factor or from the Wrecking Ball cover she did with vocal coach Boyce Avenue. Her voice soars in her duet cover of A Great Big World’s “Say Something.”


Check them out and let us know what you think! And for a look at more of Fullscreen’s top creative talent, see Who We Are.